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(222272) 7.5 116 min 2016

Nocturnal Animals is a movie starring Amy Adams, Jake Gyllenhaal, and Michael Shannon. A wealthy art gallery owner is haunted by her ex-husband's novel, a violent thriller she interprets as a symbolic revenge tale.

Starring
Amy Adams, Jake Gyllenhaal, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Michael Shannon
Genres
Drama, Thriller
Director
Tom Ford

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Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Drama, Thriller
Director Tom Ford
Writer Austin Wright, Tom Ford
Stars Amy Adams, Jake Gyllenhaal, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Michael Shannon
Country USA
Also Known As Noční zvířata, 夜行動物, Animales nocturnos, Yön eläimet, Animales Nocturnos, Animais Noturnos, Tony and Susan, Animaux nocturnes, Nakts dzīvnieki, Yetzourim lei'liyim, Ööloomad, Naktiniai gyvuliai, Animale de noapte, Nočné zvieratá, Noćne životinje, Νυκτόβια Πλάσματα, Nočne ptice, Noćne zveri, Gece Hayvanları, ノクターナル・アニマルズ, Zwierzęta nocy, Kẻ Săn Đêm, Éjszakai ragadozók, Animali notturni, Natdyr
Runtime 1H 56M
Description A "story inside a story," in which the first part follows a woman named Susan who receives a book manuscript from her ex-husband, a man she left 20 years earlier, asking for her opinion. The second element follows the actual manuscript, called "Nocturnal Animals," which revolves around a man whose family vacation turns violent and deadly. It also continues to follow the story of Susan, who finds herself recalling her first marriage and confronting some dark truths about herself.

Top reviews

Thursday, 09 Jul 2020 21:08

I think the real key to understand this movie is to view it from the point of view of the characters. You can't watch it as a sympathetic character with a clear agenda. It's really the case of two people who are torn between wanting to be great artists and wanting to be the same people who have not been recognized for their work. The acting by all is outstanding. So many people get casted to such non-conformist roles in Hollywood that it's quite surprising that most of them are good actors. It is also worth noting that all of the actors who play the "damaged" characters are really amazing. The one who plays the self-absorbed scientist, playing his role as the scientific genius who is "always in the middle of things", and yet he has a complex love-hate relationship with his mother. The mother is played by a brilliant woman and the scientist is played by a talented actor. The one who plays the smart and artistic woman who is an outsider. These two people will be the object of the film's love-hate relationship. We see the process of their development. The conflict between the mother and the scientist is expressed in such a way that you can see that the relationship between the two characters is not a normal one. It is not an attack on the mother's character, it's an attack on the scientist's character. The other conflict is between the scientist and the mother. This is very powerful. The mother is like a mirror. She can see the artist's fault in the fact that they have not been recognized by the public and she is at the same time frustrated by the fact that she has not been able to make the same impression on the public. It is a subtle and poignant performance. It makes you want to see more. There is also the conflict between the artist and the audience. The artist is the hero. The artist is the genius. The audience is the critic. The critic is the critic and in this way they can see the conflict in both the artist and the critic. This makes the film a wonderful and wonderful film. It is interesting to note that the film is so far away from the Golden Globes. It was nominated for six, it won two, and it was nominated for six. It is a rare film to be nominated for six, but it is a rare film to be nominated for two. It's worth noting that most of the film's award categories are not for the most important award. This film is one of the few that is. I really liked the story of this film, and I think that it is so important to realize the importance of this film. It shows us the real life of the man and woman in question. It shows us their struggles, their successes and their failures. It shows us the man's desire to be the hero and the woman's desire to be the critic. The film is really an important film. It shows us the point of view of these characters, and it shows us their relationships with others. It is really a great film and I think it deserves to be seen.
Sunday, 07 Jun 2020 11:50

It's a well-made, effective film. Yes, there are plenty of plot holes, but it's not as if you could change it, so what's the problem? It's not really about plot holes, just about how everything goes so wrong. At the end of the day, it's a "did this happen or not?" film, and it's a very good one. The characters are all believable, they don't get the lightest of endings, but then again, neither do the characters in most films. It's a very good film. The cinematography and location photography are very good. The production design is great, and the music is great. I would definitely recommend it to anyone who likes suspense films. The acting is not what I would call great, but it's not awful, either. The script is very good, but the writing is the film's weakest link. That's not to say the script is terrible, it's just not the strongest point of the film. The ending is great, but it doesn't really tell the whole story. There is a moment where the audience gets an idea of what happened, but the moment is so brief and it's not until later that you realize how great the ending was. In a film like this, there is not really a "happy" ending. There are no happy people, but there is a bad guy who really is bad. There is no real ending, only a really good one. I'm giving this film an 8/10 because it's a good film, and the performances are strong, but the script is so weak that I cannot give it more than an 8/10. There are moments when you think it's going to be great, but the film just doesn't quite work out.
Monday, 11 May 2020 19:55

There are some elements in this movie that are a bit problematic. First, the symbolism. It could be argued that it is very over the top in some places, but the symbolism is important to the story, and I think that some of the symbolism is distracting and unnecessary. I feel that there are times where the symbolism is so over the top that it loses the feel of the film. This is especially true with the second part of the film, which is where the narrator has to describe the child to the police and has to explain the pedophile history of the man who has been picking up the child in question. This is too heavy for some of the audience, who are already struggling with the character of the narrator. There are also some instances where the film would have benefited from a lighter tone, such as the scenes where the narrator is explaining the life of a child molester to a group of people. These scenes are quite disturbing and are very jarring to the viewer, and this is the type of tone that the film needs. The film has an abundance of symbolism and a large amount of them are dark. It is important to understand that this is a dark film, and the darker the better. This is an important element to the film, and if it were not, I would have been hard pressed to give it a higher rating. The cinematography is stunning, as are the locations and sets. The camera is almost always used in a very subtle way, so that it almost seems like the camera is a secondary character. The set and costume designers did a great job. The cast was well chosen and the actors were well chosen. There were some actors that were simply perfect for their roles. Although I do not consider myself a fan of this type of film, I would recommend this film to anyone who enjoys films with dark subject matter. The acting was strong, the plot was deep and intelligent, and the cinematography was stunning.
Sunday, 19 Apr 2020 16:23

Despite a tendency to go through movies as if they were a pack of cigarettes, I really enjoyed this film. The cinematography and the movie's actual story did not seem to go together for me. But then I read the story on IMDb, and it seems this is not an ordinary story, but one that seems to be hiding in plain sight. The plot of this movie is quite complicated, and it will take time to become fully immersed in it. I was actually glad I had a second viewing, because I was trying to figure out where I was in the story and the various plot elements. The director of the film is Daniel Myrick, and he has also made a number of films that are a bit more mainstream, like: Sliding Doors, Mulholland Drive, and American Beauty. I'm not saying he is a good director, I'm saying that he is a good storyteller. He understands the need to show the characters and their actions as if they were real people. He also shows how we relate to things in our life and how we feel when we are confronted with them. And it is all done in a very stylish way. The performances were also very good, as I have been told by several people. I have to say that the performances were not bad, but they are not the best I have seen in a movie. Some of the performances are a bit too well-rounded. I have not seen the book, but from what I know of the story, the performances were a bit too intense for me to feel any emotion from them. However, the performances were not a major problem. The story is very well-written and it moves along at a very fast pace. I liked the first 10-15 minutes or so, but after that it became really tedious. I do not have a problem with the pace. I think it was a good pace. The movie has a very good pacing. The pacing was so quick that I almost forgot that I was watching a movie. The only thing I did not like was the ending. It was a little abrupt, and it was also very difficult to connect the ending to the movie. However, the ending was still very effective, and it had a nice sense of purpose. I did not think the ending was great. I would not have wanted it to end in the way that it did. Overall, I liked the movie. It is not a great movie, but it is not a terrible movie either. It does not try to be something that it is not. It is very interesting and the plot and the acting are very good. I would recommend this movie to people who enjoy movies that are different from the norm. I would not say that this is a great movie, but it is certainly not a terrible movie. I think it is a good movie for people who want to see something different from the usual. If you are a person who is looking for a movie to watch with your friends, I would definitely recommend this movie.


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